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Howick and Pakuranga Times : Howick and Pakuranga Times Monday June 30 2014
www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Monday, June 30, 2014 — 11 In recent weeks, people from the south-eastern suburbs have been introduced to an exciting, upcom- ing terraced home development named The Reserve. It will feature four-bedroom, two- level homes, spaciously designed with perfectly balanced indoor/out- door living. There will be ample room for Mum and Dad to enjoy downtime away from the ruckus generated by the little ones, whether in the upstairs lounge watching a movie, or shar- ing a quiet drink in the generously appointed outdoor terrace. One of the most interesting and exciting features that has capti- vated potential buyers is the serene 8000m2 of native woodlands forming heart and soul of the development. Other features turning heads towards The Reserve include the vital safety and security measures which the completed development will provide. We live in a world full of gadgets and devices devoted to making life easier, at work or on the go, so why not make home life a bit simpler? A simpler life would also involve never having to worry about dangers such as traffic right outside the door when the kids head outside to play, or parking in a basement garage spe- cially allocated to you and for your access alone. The Reserve has these simplicities completely covered. One touch of a button and you will be straight from the street into the garage access; one more button and you’re in a private garage with internal access to your home. There will be no traffic right near the out- door living areas at all. How’s that for peace of mind? Not only do you know cars are safe and locked up for your access only, you can also rest assured that the family is much safer while exploring the wonders The Reserve’s wood- lands provide outdoors. Because, in addition to having both family vehi- cles safely tucked away, leaving a traffic free outdoor area, The Reserve is fully fenced and security gated; a remarkable relief for parents of little ones, knowing they are not going anywhere near the cars, nor that the cars will be going near them. This also provides the feel of a truly native retreat, without the smells or noise associated with vehicles. At The Reserve, the only activity you will have to worry about is family leisure – simple? We think so! The Reserve – simple, safe & secure ADVERTORIAL 122824-V5 NOW SELLING ONSITE SALES OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYS 12.00-4.00PM 162 FLAT BUSH SCHOOL ROAD (CORNER MURPHYS ROAD), FLAT BUSH Contact Darryl Maclean 021 675 356 or 0800 843 737 (0800 THE RESERVE) firstname.lastname@example.org THE CROSS SECTION FLOOR PLAN – TYPE A Basement Level Ground Level First Level ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS IN OUR MOTORING PAGES VILLAGE VOICE is a free community notice-board for non-profit groups. Send notices to email@example.com, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our office at Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki. Men’s Sheds WANT to find out about Men’s Sheds or be involved in establishing one in Howick Pakuranga Botany? Come to the meeting on Wednes- day, July 2, 10.30am at the Picton Centre, 120 Picton Street, Howick, and learn about Men’s Sheds and what they do. For more informa- tion, phone Campbell on 537-1424. Social dancing THE Diamond Dancers are run- ning social dance classes every Thursday for the rest of the year at Te Tuhi Centre, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga, at 7.30pm. Phone Vir- ginia or Albert on 576-9275. Family support A SUPPORT group for mothers, fathers and grandparents, Inspire, meets every Thursday, 10am to noon, at Glenhouse, Glenside Av- enue, Pakuranga. Drop in with your babies and toddlers and share parenting tips, healthy meal reci- pes, budgeting support, and exer- cise to music. Phone 576-5229 or 021-258-2405. Ladies Probus THE Ladies Probus Club of High- land Park meets at 10am on the first Friday of each month at Trinity Methodist Church, 474 Pakuranga Road. On July 4, the speaker is a fundraising co-ordinator for Habi- tat for Humanity. For further de- tails, phone Lynsey on 535-4968. Jazz masters LISTEN and swing with the So- ciety Jazzmen at the University Mount Wellington Clubrooms, Bill McKinlay Park, 3 Ireland Road, Panmure, 7.30-10.30pm, on the first Friday of each month. Great music and fun, next session is on July 4, $12. All welcome. Phone Bob on 424-8490 or 021-370-840. Stitch up ENJOY knitting in your library and share your skills with others of all levels at Pakuranga Library every Thursday, 10.30am to noon. Phone 576-5269. Word games JOIN a friendly game of Scrabble on the first Sunday of each month at Highland Park Library, 11am and 1pm. For more information, phone 535-5935. Friendship group JOIN a friendship group that or- ganises events for members to meet for coffee, dinners, trips, do- ing fun things together around East Auckland and beyond. Mem- bership is free and open to people aged 40 and over. This group is for people looking for nice company and friendship. More details can be found online at www.meetup.com/ Socializing-out-East. Op shopping YOU’LL find bargains galore and some of the best prices at the Garage Op Shop, 96 Udys Road, Pakuranga. Opening hours are Thursday and Friday, 10am to 4pm, and Saturday, 9am to 3pm. Phone 576-2435, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Sunday concert SONGS on Sunday’s concert is at Harlequin Theatre, behind the Howick Community Centre, 563 Pakuranga Road, on July 6 from 1.30-3.30pm. Admission is $5 at the door, includes cuppa and biscuits. Book sale HOWICK Library is having its midwinter book sale from July 5 at 9.30am until July 20. Stock up on lots of bargain titles. For enquiries, phone 534-5301. Art exhibit GREEN Gables Cottage Art Gal- lery, at Hawthornden Reserve, 66 Cook Street, Howick, features art- work by Len Callinane, from July 4-27. Entry is free. Gallery hours are Friday-Sunday, 10am to 3pm. Sales help to support South Auck- land Totara Hospice. Phone Beryl on 534-5448. Date for singles NEW Horizons is a social and friendship club for single 40s, 50s and 60s, with monthly programmes of barbecues, outings, dinners and films. A club and prospective new members night is held on the first Thursday of each month at Barrel Inn, Cook Street, Howick, from 6.30pm. For more details, phone Rex on 577-3459 or Suzy on 529-4027, or see www.auckland- singles-social-club.org.nz. Kung fu LEARN self-defence, build con- fidence and keep fit with Wing Chun kung fu on Fridays from 6pm and Sundays from 1pm at 52 Vin- cent Street, Howick. Children’s classes are also available. For more information, phone Troy on 022- 458-6438, or visit our website at wingchunkungfu.co.nz. Social interaction A NEW club for people over 50 holds lunches, dinners, shows, movies and travel. Meet new friends and share good times. More information can be found at www.50plusfabulous.com. While every effort is made to run the notices, volume and space restrictions may mean events will not run. Where publication of a notice is time-critical, groups should consider paying for a classified advertisement to ensure placement.
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